In the middle of the Architectural Historic District, you can take an Art Deco walking tour, and explore all the artistry this gorgeous town has to offer. If you are more into the outdoors, you can go to Oleta River State Park and take a nature walk.
- State Parks
Miami is a great place to be if you enjoy exploring wildlife and it is surrounded by 3 major national parks. Here are our top favorites that are within driving distance to Miami itself:
Oleta River State Park is a prime attraction for those who love the outdoors. There are wide open woods and a sandy beach with boating throughout the water. With the opportunity to kayak, paddle board or hike the opportunities are endless here at this nature lover’s retreat.
Biscayne National Underwater Park is made up of 95% water, and lobster fishing is popular here. You can camp among the abundance of wildlife or take a tour that involves a shipwreck and snorkeling.
Whether you enjoy Lummus Park, Bal Harbour Beach, South Beach or Crandon Park, Miami is known for its warm water and white sand beaches, so you surely won’t be disappointed. Perhaps its most popular attraction is its 35 mile stretch of gorgeous beaches from South Beach to the tip of Sunny Isles, where you can bask in the warm sand and maybe even enjoy an ice cold drink. There are several islands dotting the Atlantic, and the oceans offer clear blue water to swim in.